Windsor # 1775-43
Ash bends, hickory spindles, maple legs, poplar seat.
This settee has bamboo style turned legs and stretchers, scroll style arm and curved simplistic arm supports.
This is a reproduction of the original Bishop William White's benches that were in his residence in Independance National Historic Park in Philadelphia PA.
Windsor Benches are also called Settees. The have the same basic style of Windsor Chairs of the period in which they were made. They were used in foyers, living rooms, and are appropriate at the end of a bed.
We also produce an armless version that works well as a bench at a dining table.
Typically they are solid stained or 2 toned in color but can be produced in your colors of choice.
|Seat Depth||16 3/4|
|Arm Height||27 1/2|